Businesses – Drop-off sites for yard waste

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5,000 tons of yard waste
3% of what businesses send to the landfill each year is landscaping material.

Sending organic material to the landfill is the most expensive option available to a business. Two less expensive and more sustainable drop-off locations for businesses with large amounts of landscaping or yard debris are…

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Waste and Recovery Center (WARC)
 2420 Hogum Bay Rd NE
Lacey, WA (see Google map).

See WARC rates, and hours and a list of yard waste items accepted.

No self-hauled food or food-soiled paper is accepted at the WARC. Organics that are self-hauled to the WARC are taken to the woody debris area where food and food-soiled paper can attract vermin and birds and cause serious odor problems. Food and food-soiled papers can be collected in the curbside organics program because they are processed quickly in a different area. Learn more about organics collection services for businesses.

Silver Springs Organics
13835 Military Rd SW
Rainier, WA

See a list of yard waste items accepted at Silver Springs click here.

Other waste reduction options for yard waste

Visit the WhereDoITakeMy? database to find other yard waste drop-off locations.

Start your own backyard compost pile.

Practice GrassCycling, a simple, natural way of recycling grass and returning water and nutrients to the soil.











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